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Situated in what was once a large, Westheimer-fronting home, Agora is a Greek-owned coffee shop and meeting place boasts a mix of European ex-pats and low-key neighborhood regulars. There are plenty of tables, chairs, couches and conversation-starting tchotchkes scattered throughout. Up the steep…
Bi-level Greek-themed coffeehouse & bar with a quaint vibe, eclectic clientele & plush couches.
Such a wonderful, quirky gem hidden in the heart of Houston. The drinks are so varied and so delicious it is hard to have just one! And, if you catch them, on Wednesday nights, Agora features belly-dancers if you are looking to catch a spectacle!
“Artsy types, poetry buffs and music lovers from all walks of life count Montrose's warm Brasil coffeehouse as a favorite. Brasil frequently hosts musicians of all persuasions, from fusion jazz to experimental noise to ambient grooves and, if you get thirsty during performances, Brasil boasts a wide selection of coffee, wine, beer, soft drinks and herbal teas. You can also order pizza, sandwiches or Brasil's spinach quiche, a fan favorite.”
“A Montrose mainstay, Empire Cafe is a funky, yet friendly vibe, with good food and great desserts. The magic words: half-price cake night. Every Monday, you can sample a slice of pineapple-carrot, French chocolate or Toll House Cookie Crunch cake, among others, on the cheap. Pair it with the Peruvian brew. This hip coffeehouse is a hotspot for students busily debating how many piercings are too many, while the more buttoned-up crowd stays for the omelets and fluffy frittatas served all day.”
“This is a cute little Italian restaurant with an amazing lunch special half a Panini and a super salad for I believe $8.99. Very good food homemade pasta￼ ”
“Consistently voted one of the best craft cocktail bars in America. And guess what!?! It’s walking distance! Happy Hour M-F, 4-5. My favorite place to go. Laquisha will sometimes pop in to work. She’s my favorite bartender. ”